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From: Randy Hersh uses tampons on 1 Apr 2010 22:50
"Otto Yamamoto" <otto(a)yamamoto.cc> wrote in message
> On Thu, 01 Apr 2010 10:55:50 -0400, Reality Check wrote:
>> Carl Rogers is a mass produced black velvet painting of Elvis on the
>> faux mahogany paneled walls of a single wide.
> That's an insult to Elvis. You take that back!
Okay how about dogs shooting pool on black velvet on the faux mahogany
paneled walls of a single wide?
From: Otto Yamamoto on 1 Apr 2010 23:34
On Thu, 01 Apr 2010 21:50:08 -0500, Randy Hersh uses tampons wrote:
> Okay how about dogs shooting pool on black velvet on the faux mahogany
> paneled walls of a single wide?
Okay, but dogs are pretty cool too. It's hard to find something bad
enough to compare CalBoggery to.
From: Skip Turdlington on 2 Apr 2010 00:34
On Thu, 01 Apr 2010 10:55:50 -0400, Reality Check wrote:
> Claude Monet is art. Salvador Dali is art. Robert Mapplethorpe is art.
I suppose you had a devil of a time finding them up in wikipedia, anyway
you probably needed a break from chasing the cockroaches in your single
Correction: They are not art, they are people. Their works might be art.
Just telling you...
> Carl Rogers is a mass produced black velvet painting of Elvis on the
> faux mahogany paneled walls of a single wide.
If Carl Rogers wanted to, I am sure that could make such folk artifacts,
but he doesn't, and he doesn't have to. He is the creator of Viatology.
From: Steve Firth on 2 Apr 2010 07:55
Skip Turdlington <skipturd(a)invalid.com> wrote:
> Viatology is not just a scientific framework for understanding
> transportation technology,
You're sort of right. It's not even a scientific framework.
Todgers doesn't have a clue about scientific method.